Trails Near Moulton Falls Park - Clark County, WA

Coordinate

Latitude: 45.82817
Longitude: -122.38954

Nearest City
Yacolt, WA (3.3 miles away)

Moulton Falls Park, a park located in Clark County, Washington. Topo map of lat 45.8282 and long -122.3895. Topo maps, latitude and longitude coordinates, and address for Moulton Falls Park.


Nearby Trails

  • Bells Mountain
    Not many hikers chime in on the virtues of Bells Mountain, namely because they’ve yet to strike out for it. But after taking this wellbuilt trail through pretty forest to a series of ex…

    From the guidebook Day Hiking Columbia River Gorge

    Trails in Yacolt, WA - Hiking - 6.5 miles long

  • Nancy's 5-Mile Out-and-Back at Lucia Falls
    The trail surface is hard- packed gravel and some pavement, crossing over one bridge. Just after crossing the bridge, follow a wide pathway for this out- and- back route. The turnaround…

    From the guidebook Best Trail Runs: Portland, Oregon

    Trails in Portland, OR - Trail Running - 5.4 miles miles long

  • East Fork of the Lewis River Trail
    East Fork of the Lewis River Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Clark County, Washington. It is within Moulton Falls Regional Park. It is 2.8 miles long and begins at 526 feet altitu…

    From the guidebook Mountain Biking Virginia

    Trails in Moulton Falls Regional Park, WA - Hiking, Trail Running, Walking - 2.8 miles long

  • Foothills Loop
    In northeastern Clark County, Mount St. Helens’s foothills rise above rugged and isolated country. The Lewis River, with its huge dams and reservoirs, hems the area in on the north; vas…

    From the guidebook Biking Portland

    Trails in Battle Ground, WA - Road Biking, Walking - 38.8 miles long

  • Moulton Falls
    This is one of my favorite paths, a forested trail following Murphy Grade along the East Fork Lewis River. It’s part of the Foothills Loop (Ride 53), but I include it here as a separate…

    From the guidebook Biking Portland

    Trails in Yacolt, WA - Road Biking, Walking - 5.2 miles long

  • Murphy Grade Trail
    A new segment of the Chinook Trail on the site of a former logging railroad follows the East Fork of the Lewis River between two county parks with swimming opportunities for the kids. …

    From the guidebook Best Hikes with Kids: Western Washington & the Cascades

    Trails in Battle Ground, WA - Hiking - 5 miles long

  • Bells Mountain Trail
    Bells Mountain Trail is a hiking trail in Clark County, Washington. It is within Moulton Falls Regional Park. It is 7.3 miles long and begins at 511 feet altitude. Traveling the entire …

    From the guidebook Mountain Biking Virginia

    Trails in Moulton Falls Regional Park, WA - Hiking, Trail Running, Walking - 7.3 miles long

  • Lower Lake Loop at Battle Ground Lake State Park
    Within the 280 acres of Battle Ground Lake State Park are 10 miles of hiking trails, 5 miles of equestrian/bike trails, and a self- guided interpretive trail. There are two primarily si…

    From the guidebook Best Trail Runs: Portland, Oregon

    Trails in Vancouver, WA - Trail Running - 0.7 miles miles long

  • Perimeter Loop at Battle Ground Lake State Park
    This trail could be run separately or as an addition to the Lower or Upper Loop routes for a longer effort. A mixture of singletrack terrain and wider pathways weaves in and out of the …

    From the guidebook Best Trail Runs: Portland, Oregon

    Trails in Vancouver, WA - Trail Running - 3.1 miles miles long

  • Upper Lake Loop at Battle Ground Lakes State Park
    This route includes some paved sections through the campground and is a mixture of singletrack and wider pathways on rolling terrain. From Portland, head north on I-5 and take exit 11 t…

    From the guidebook Best Trail Runs: Portland, Oregon

    Trails in Vancouver, WA - Trail Running - 1.1 miles miles long

Moulton Falls Park Photos

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